Thursday, July 30, 2015

'You peed on me but it's OK!' is the best 'Missed Connection' from NYE

Ah, New Year's Eve. It's the time when things start anew. All of the year's nuisances and problems and bills and complaints either boil over or evaporate entirely in the waning seconds of the year as the world turns its attention to Times Square. For one lucky young lady in Manhattan, though, New Year's Eve brought more than just reflection on the previous 365 days.

'You peed on me but it's OK!' is the best 'Missed Connection' from NYE

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Ah, New Year's Eve. It's the time when things start anew. All of the year's nuisances and problems and bills and complaints either boil over or evaporate entirely in the waning seconds of the year as the world turns its attention to Times Square. For one lucky young lady in New York, though, New Year's Eve brought more than just reflection on the previous 365 days.

A new post in the "Missed Connections" section of Craiglist details that magical, midnight moment, complete with the uncomfortable warmth of a stranger's urine.

You - 5'8 scruffy, glasses, wearing a blue hoodie outside the Vid and I asked you for a lighter. You lit my cigarette and we talked about our wishes for the new year. We heard the countdown starting and decided to stay outside. I started to cry and you kissed me, and then we started to make out. After a minute I felt something warm and realised that you pissed yourself. I pushed you away and that's when you ran but I wish you had stayed. You peed on me but it's OK! I just want to know who you are! Please reply and when you do tell me why I started crying so I know it's you - if you remember.

Ah, to be young and in love... [h/t Gawker]

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